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Specman e sequences

  • Type conversion from hex String to uint (32 bits) in Specman e

    Hi All, I am trying to read a file which has address and data in hex separated by space as shown below : 0001FF 0x47295784 I am having problem with converting the hex string 0001FFF to uint 32 bits and send this to my driver for further action. I have tried the following syntax from the cadence docs...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by bharathwajan on Wed, Apr 18 2012
  • How to Extract Sessions information

    Hello, Can anyone let me know the method to extract the session information like the num_of_dut_errors , num_of_dut_warnings etc in from a sequence. Also i would like to know the way to extract the items in the session.start_of_test coverage group and session.end_of_test coverage group. ...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by natg on Fri, Dec 9 2011
  • vr_ad_file multiple instance

    Hello All, I have a situation where i want to implement 8 instance of some particular reg_file which all have many reg_def and reg_fld. For example : I have 8 instance of one DUT module (TEST0, TEST1,TEST2... TEST8), since its all are the instance so all the instance will have the sets of registers....
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by Ravisinha on Wed, Sep 1 2010
  • Re: TCM versus TCM race conditoin

    Could you explain what you mean by "garbage struct"? Are you certain that no other sequence is being run first and generating something that you do not expect? I ask, because you said your test is a subsequence, which implies that it's not the MAIN sequence. If this isn't your own eVC...
    Posted to Functional Verification (Forum) by StephenH on Fri, May 21 2010
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